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Mizzou Engineering team develops tool to assess diabetes risk

Screenshots of the proposed app, which uses machine learning to predict risk of diabetes based on a questionnaire. Mizzou Engineers are bringing artificial intelligence services to the end user through edge intelligence, developing a smartphone app that lets you determine your risk for diabetes. Unlike other tools available, the system would allow you to enter…

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New lab brings photogrammetry, motion capture system to Mizzou Engineering

A new lab at Mizzou Engineering will give students access to the latest technology allowing them to turn images of large objects into 3D digital assets. It’s called the Collaborative Research Environment for Extended Reality, or…

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150 Years of Leadership: Joe Hoffmann

Call it fate, happenstance, coincidence or destiny, Joe Hoffmann, BS ME ’13, knows he’s exactly where he’s supposed to be. As General Manager at Hoffmann Brothers in St. Louis, he oversees operations of five divisions: residential and commercial heating and cooling, plumbing, electrical and appliance. Since he started in 2016, he’s helped grow company revenue…

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Mizzou Engineer studying augmented reality to bring coursework to life

Augmented reality (AR) has the potential to bring coursework to life. Imagine, for instance, learning about supply chains by seeing the various components of an operation laid out in front of you, from the manufacturing…

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Robotic dogs, battle bots, AI: MU Robotics Club offers something for everyone

Interested in learning how to operate Spot the robot or how autonomous vacuums navigate their environments? Curious about artificial intelligence? Just want to see some robots fight? No matter your major or skill level, there’s a place for you within MU Robotics.…

The Mizzou Engineering Career Fair welcomed 226 employers

Opportunities abound at the Mizzou Engineering Career Fair

The Mizzou Engineering Career Fair provides opportunities for students to expand their network and find an internship or post-grad job.

Zach Glover receives Daniel C. Berrey Leadership Award

Zach Glover receives Daniel C. Berrey Leadership Award

Originally Published by Show Me Mizzou. Biomedical engineering major Zach Glover is the recipient of this year’s Daniel C. Berrey Leadership Award, which recognizes students who demonstrate the ability to lead and bring out the best in others.

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In pursuit of better lithium-ion batteries

By Eric Stann  |  MU News Bureau From personal electronics to electric vehicles, lithium-ion batteries are used in many technologies today.…

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A Revelation in Norway: Engineering Study Abroad

By Megan Sauls Wilson | MU Undergraduate Studies Bergen Norway, woven with hiking trails overlooking Tveitevannet Lake, immediately enticed Nate Beattie, a computer science major, “I found myself falling into a routine quickly to take advantage of living in a beautiful…

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Graduate enjoys personal mentorship from former VP of Welch Foods

  What’s it like to have a former vice president of Welch Foods, Inc., personally mentoring you after college graduation? “It’s been extremely advantageous,” Drew Boswell, BS IE ’22, says. Boswell was one of the first industrial and manufacturing systems engineering students to take advantage of a new mentorship…